exhibition : Timepieces for Royalty by Patek Philippe
From October 21st to December 30th 2005, the Patek Philippe Museum of
Geneva will host its first thematic exhibition entitled " Timepieces for
Royalty by Patek Philippe ".
From Queen Victoria to John Fitzgerald Kennedy, numerous international
sovereigns, state leaders and contemporary sovereign pontiffs were once
owners of Patek Philippe watches or offered such prestigious goods as
Produced between 1850 and World War I, the timepieces presented in this
exhibition have a direct association with the crowned heads or descendants
of royal blood of old Europe and more distant regions.
Thanks to the quality of the products and participation in all the Universal
Exhibitions of the time, Patek Philippe acquired, from its foundation
in 1839, a reputation of excellence answering to a well-informed clientele.
Exhibition from October 21st to December 30th 2005
Tuesday - Friday 2 pm - 5 pm Saturday 10 am - 5 pm Closed on national
holidays Opening hours until 9 pm on Tuesday 1st, 15th and 29th of November
GUIDED TOURS AND OTHER INFORMATION
For our guided tours, please refer to www.patekmuseum.com
or contact the museum at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at au +41 (0)22 807 09 10 during our opening hours.
further information please contact:
Victoria de Mallmann
Patek Philippe Museum
Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers, 7
CH - 1205 Genève
Tél. 022 807 09 13